The British Calendar Act of 1751
Declared twelve days in the following year
Would not exist

On rose afternoons it doesn't rain
The kid with downs is always out
On the back of his dad's motorcycle
Hugging his waist hard, carving parking lots

It's political mysticism
Storyboard the light
It's political mysticism
All this terror's such a fright
It's political mysticism
Keeps you up at night

The British Calendar Act of 1751
Declared twelve days in the following year
Would not exist

And this kid, always in his mirrored shades
Not only too big but slippin'
This kid's interior mirror
Keeps the clockwork of the Earth on time

It's political mysticism
Storyboard the light
It's political mysticism
All this terror's such a fright
It's political mysticism
Keeps you up at night

The British Calendar Act of 1751
Declared the day after Wednesday
September 2nd, 1752
Would be Thursday, September 14
1752


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